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Center Arts is the home for our arts and cultural programs. This includes the Reel Affirmations Film Festival (www.reelaffirmations.org), the OutWrite LGBT Book Festival (www.outwritedc.org), the Capturing Fire Poetry Slam (www.capturingfire.org), and the DC Queer Theatre Festival (www.dcqueertheatrefest.org). The DC Center has displayed the work of visual artists including: Scott Brooks, Jeff Morin, Tim Tate, Michael Torra, John Borstel and Jorge Neyra.

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Pulse Zumbathon at College Park

On Friday, August 26th, 2016 from 7-9pm at the University of Maryland, College Park, the Upsilon Chapter of Lambda Theta Alpha Latin Sorority, Inc. will.....
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Billy Gilman Exclusive Performance for DC-OUT

DC-OUT, an LGBTQ dance event, is pleased to welcome double platinum country music performer Billy Gilman! Billy, who has been out since 2014, has.....
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Taking the Stage, Taking a Stand: LGBTQ Voices Against Violence

The DC Anti-Violence Project seeks to use spoken word, dance, poetry, visual art, and other forms of artistic expression to bring DC LGBT communities together.....
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Latinx Authors at OutWrite Book Festival! / Escritores Latinx en el festival de libros OutWrite!

At this year's OutWrite LGBT Book Festival, there are many events to look forward to (almost too many!). Center Latinxs is particularly excited for.....
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Taking the Stage, Taking a Stand: LGBTQ Voices Against Violence

The DC Anti-Violence Project seeks to use spoken word, dance, poetry, visual art, and other forms of artistic expression to bring DC LGBT communities together.....
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June 22nd Support Group to Feature Survivor-Led Art Therapy!

This Friday, our bi-weekly Survivor Support Group will feature art therapy, led by a violence survivor who has used art to heal herself from.....
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Reel Affirmations Presents: Summertime

Reel Affirmations will be screening the film Summertime on Friday, July 22nd for 7pm and 9pm screenings. Summertime tells the story of Carole and Delphine,.....
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Book Launch & Celebration/Lanzamiento de Libro - Washington DC

Celebrate the launch of One of a Kind Like Me/Único Como Yo in Washington DC - a billingual book that affirms freedom of gender.....
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Come See "Normal/Magic" at the Capital Fringe Festival!

Come see "Normal/Magic" at the Capital Fringe Festival this summer! Normal/Magic's performances are July 9th-July 23rd at the A:9 theatre in the MLK Jr......
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The DC Center for the LGBT Community
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2000 14th Street NW, Suite 105
Washington, DC 20009
<<<www.thedccenter.org>>>

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